You can go to any Manchester library to:
- use the internet for free;
- use word processing for free; or
- print in black and white or colour (there’s a charge per print).
How do I book a computer?
You can reserve time on a library computer by:
- contacting your nearest local library and reserving a place;
- going directly to your local library and reserving a place with a library assistant; or
- book a place the next time you are logged in to a library computer.
- library members: one hour free per day, £1.50 per hour after that;
- non-members: £1.50 for one hour;
- members who are over sixty or who are visually-impaired: two hours free per day; or
- it’s a good idea to book in advance, you can book for up to two hours per day. Find a local library and make your booking!
Some libraries have WiFi service so you can use your own laptop or tablet.
Use a laptop
If you’re a library member you can use one of our laptop computers for free at: City library (currently at the Town Hall Extension), Wythenshawe, North City (Harpurhey), and The Avenue (Blackley) libraries, see list of libraries for details.
You can use the free wi-fi so you’re not restricted to a fixed computer desk with limited space.